Advanced Wide-Area Angle Stability and Voltage Control

A. R. Messina (Editor)
R. Castellanos (Editor)
R. Betancourt (Editor)
The Center for Research and Advanced Studies (Cinvestav), Mexico, and others

Series: Electrical Engineering Developments
BISAC: TEC007000

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Wide-area stability and voltage control of large interconnected power systems has attracted considerable interest in the last two decades. Advances in signal processing algorithms, along with continuously growing computational resources and the evolution in protection schemes, are beginning to make feasible the analysis and control of intersystem oscillation problems using measurement-based, wide-area protection systems. This book discusses the experience in the design and evaluation of advanced wide-area stability and voltage control systems to remove transmission constraints in the system. (Imprint: Nova)

ABSTRACT

WIDE-AREA ANGLE STABILITY CONTROLS

IMPLEMENTATION OF WIDE-AREA STABILITY CONTROL SCHEMES USING SYNCHRO-PHASOR DATA

WIDE-AREA VOLTAGE CONTROL

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